Philosophy of Dogs in the part III of an experimental documentary / film that looks at change and economic growth in Bombay, India, from three different and rather unusual angles. Part III speculates on the life and philosophy of street dogs in Bombay from the perspective of what we could perhaps call surrealist animal documentary ... ( 1 reviews )
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Minimal sounds in combination with a pure noise come to us from Poland by Mikrodepresja. Monotone soundscapes somewhere on background, digital clicks, titles of tracks - it's strange, but interesting to know the hidden sense. Style: Ambient, Click'n'Cuts. Playlist: Track 01. Illies [04:05] Track 02. Lilies [07:59] Track 03. Lies [03:23] ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mikrodepresja, No_Signal, Robert Skrzynski, Music, MP3, Ambient, Click'n'Cuts, Free Download,...
A computer animation about stars, light and darkness, everything and nothingness, the balance of all things, free will and fate. Video runs for 3 minutes and 43 seconds and is suitable for all ages. This animation was created entirely in Blender over a period of 10 days. Audacity was used to record and process audio and music. VirtulDub was used to combine audio and video and to enhance and compress video for web viewing. The XviD codec was used for video compression. Story, animation, audio... ( 1 reviews )
I am fire Stilled to water. A wave Lifting from the abyss. In my thighs The moon-drawn tide rises Into a pubis of flowers Scattered in sea foam. I am air, Caught in a net, The serenading bird That sings in a reflecting sky, I am a dream before nothingness, I am a crown of stars, I am the way to love. ( 1 reviews )
Drug Peace forum at Fort Mason Center, CA on June 24, 1995. Produced by Claire Burch. Ram Dass gives a talk about the the Drug War. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Drugs, Drug War, Ram Dass, fort mason center, chaire burch
The well known fact of the Inuits having access to more than 13 (or was it 30?) terms for 'snow' comes to mind on the apperception of this release. As the title already hints at, these tracks appear to represent a spectrum of blue both more wide and deep than ordinary english can communicate. A blue note resounding from the movement of the spheres, this is a buddhist blue - a deep-listening experience into melancholy; the sonic aura of the qualified nothingness at the essence of illumination.... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: lowercase Source: www.con-v.org
Shows masked mental patients enacting various schizophrenic symptoms as they were understood at the time. A disturbing film that raises questions about the condition and treatment of its subjects. ( 17 reviews ) Topics: Medicine: Psychiatry, Schizophrenia, Hospitals